It's been a busy week so I am just now getting to photos from the previous weekend. What a great weekend it was too! Anne and I decided to go for breakfast at the Hoito for some pancakes and were trying to figure out what to do for the weekend. Well, just like that we decided to go camping at Trow Bridge. It would be only our second time camping this year, the first being at our usual place, Happyland.
So we quickly got some supplies from the grocery store, headed home, packed up and before we knew it, we were at Trow Bridge. Our usual campsite wasn't available so we 'settled' for a nice spot right next to the river. For the trip I brought my X100s and X-TI with the 16mm. Most of the photos below used the classic chrome setting with a few tweaks. They were then processed in Lightroom like I always do. But, they didn't need much work at all. The colours from the Fuji cameras never cease to amaze me.
Just like most of my posts, these are all random photos. If something catches my eye, I photograph it. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. The photos below are my favourites. Of course, it helps to have some wonderful models. Both dogs and girls.
I did have big plans to get some long exposure of the rapids, I even brought a tripod (gasp). I haven't used one in a long time. As I got ready to head down to the rapids around sunset I realized I forgot the plate for the tripod. So instead, I just propped the camera up on rocks and such. It wasn't ideal, but I managed to get a couple keepers.
Until the next camping trip...